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Thousands of opportunities exist nationwide.

Whether you are just getting started or looking for something new, a manufacturing career using robotics may be a perfect fit. Most jobs don’t require a bachelor’s degree, and entry-level salaries often start at $60K. Plus, today’s manufacturing jobs have great benefits and use advanced technology – they are no longer dirty and dangerous.

Join the millions of people who take pride in making something real by using their creativity and problem-solving skills.

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Operate

In entry-level robot operating roles, you’ll be responsible for the set-up, operation, and maintenance of robots and other automation equipment.

Add this Role to your profile to start working on your career journey.

JOB ACTIVITIES
  • Supervise and instruct robots on existing tasks.
  • Ensure quality outputs.
  • Teach robots new tasks.
  • Generate data for machine learning algorithms.
  • Load parts.
  • Work with the team to identify and solve issues.
EDUCATION
  • High school diploma or GED certificate required
COMMON JOB TITLES
  • Robot Operator
  • Entry Level Robotics
  • Assembly Operator
SALARY

National Median Salary

$40,300 /yr
RESOURCE GALLERY

Operate

In entry-level robot operating roles, you’ll be responsible for the set-up, operation, and maintenance of robots and other automation equipment.

Add this Role to your profile to start working on your career journey.

RESOURCE GALLERY
JOB ACTIVITIES
  • Supervise and instruct robots on existing tasks.
  • Ensure quality outputs.
  • Teach robots new tasks.
  • Generate data for machine learning algorithms.
  • Load parts.
  • Work with the team to identify and solve issues.
EDUCATION
  • High school diploma or GED certificate required
COMMON JOB TITLES
  • Robot Operator
  • Entry Level Robotics
  • Assembly Operator
SALARY

National Median Salary

$40,300 /yr

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